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Self-Deterred Aging – a legal precautionary measure is important

07/04/2019. – 10:20

Alzheimer's Research Initiative e.V.

Dusseldorf (ots)

Self-Determined Aging: For this desire to become reality, it is important to have a wicked legal provision. After all, this question should not be postponed: Contrary to popular belief, even in the most difficult crisis situations, there is no legal right to represent spouses or adult relatives. This is indicated by the non-profit Alzheimer Research Initiative e.V. (AFI) in their free information sheets on "Legal Terms", which can be ordered at

There are various legal precautions to cover different areas of life. Apart from precaution, the order of care and life will also include the will to prevent disputes after their own death. The will and the power of attorney presuppose unlimited working ability during the preparation, at least the other two regulations must be able to give consent.

The "Legal Precaution" list of information can be ordered free of charge from the Alzheimer Research Initiative e.V., Kreuzstr. 34, 40210 Dusseldorf; Phone number 0211 – 86 20 66 15; Website:

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About Alzheimer's Research Initiative e.V.

Alzheimer's Research Initiative e.V. (AFI) is a non-profit association that carries a certificate on the donation of the German donor council e.V. Since 1995, AFI has been using donated funds to fund research projects by committed Alzheimer's disease investigators and provides free information materials to the public. So far, AFI has been able to support 266 research activities with more than 10.2 million euros and distribute around 825,000 consultants and brochures. Interested and interested parties can be informed at on Alzheimer's disease and request educational material. Also, on the website, information on the work of the association and all donation options. Ambassador AFI is a journalist and sports director of Okka Gundel.

Press contact:

Alzheimer's Research Initiative (AFI)
Dr. Christian Leibinnes
Kreuzstr. 34
40210 Dusseldorf
0211 – 86 20 66 27

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